3-Channel Receiver 12VDC with 3 Relay Outputs 230VAC/5A
The 3-channel receiver for 868MHz ISM range has been
designed as a tap-proof and tamper free remote control. The connection
between the transmitter and the receiver is encrypted by AES128 and contains
a “rolling code”. This makes each data package sent to the receiver unique
and non-repeatable. The learnable receiver allows the operation of up to 32
different transmitters that can be programmed into the receiver by pressing
a key. The 3 relay outputs with high switching capacity have a changeover
contact that may be freely connected. Due to the characteristics of the device,
this remote control system is ideal for general installation purposes and alarm
technology. It can be used as a wireless connection for almost all electronic
systems at home, in the garden, in the office or in the workshop. You can
control your garage door, your window blinds, your home lighting, your alarm
system wireless and from the comfort of your chair.
Control of doors, gates, barrier systems and electrically controlled windows.
Control of lighting circuits and systems; of pumps, air conditioning and water
systems; of electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
More safety through the rolling code encryption (AES128 security principle).
Operation with up to 32 transmitters
which can be programmed in the
receiver through keypress.
A free range of approximately 200m under normal operating conditions.
Settings will be saved in case of power failure.
Operating voltage: 12V DC
Power consumption: 200mA max.
Operating frequency: 868.35 MHz
Mode: Tip or switch function
Folow up time relay: 200ms
Outputs: 3x relay (potential free)
Max. load: 230VAC/5A (3000W) or 24VDC/10A
Info as pdf-file (in German)
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